At a Glance
Get to know the Neighbourhood
Cabinteely is a small suburb that packs a punch if you’re looking for room to grow. Flanked by two large parks, both with sports clubs, playgrounds and scenic walks, and benefitting from the well-known Cornelscourt Shopping Centre, Cabinteely is perfect for families searching to settle down just outside of Dublin city.
Centred on a small town, Cabinteely is very well served with shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs. For shopping, both Cornelscourt Shopping Centre, with Dunnes Stores, and Carrickmines Park are nearby. Families of all sizes will enjoy the numerous schools in the immediate area, such as St Brigid's Girls National School, St Brigid's Boys National School (Foxrock), Cabinteely Community School, Clonkeen College and Loreto Convent.
Cabinteely lies just off the N11, and benefits from a wide variety of transport routes. Dublin Bus serves the area with a number of routes, and the Aircoach Greystones stops at Cabinteely Cross. The Luas green line offers a stop at nearby Laughanstown, a short 20-minute walk from Cabinteely.
Two spacious green parks are a huge draw for those looking to move to the area. Cabinteely Park spans 45 hectares, includes a children’s playground, and is popular with birdwatchers, who can often spot rare birds such as the great spotted woodpecker. Nearby Kilbogget Park hosts rugby, soccer, Gaelic clubs and pitches, as well as a recreational area with floodlit car parking and paths. The Cabinteely Carnegie Library is also a spot of note in the area, an architecturally important arts and crafts building opened in 1912 .
- Cabinteely Park
- High density of excellent primary and secondary schools
- Excellent transport links
- Superb array of recreational amenities
- Mature and well-established neighbourhood
- 63 – Dun Laoghaire to Kilternan
- 84a – Blackrock towards Newcastle
- 84x – Hawkins Street towards Newcastle
- 145 – Heuston Rail Station to Ballywaltrim
- Green line (Brides Glen/Broomfield) at Laughanstown
- 700 – Dublin Airport to Dublin city centre and UCD